Your Twin Cities bucket list from lawn bowling to parades
Just over a week after 19-year-old UMD student Alyssa Jo Lommel was found nearly frozen to death after a night outside in below zero temperatures, an even worse fate befell 19-year-old University of Minnesota-Twin Cities freshman Jacob Anderson.Anderson, from Orono, has been identified as the person ... More >>
The Eden Prairie police department has announced that a man fell to his death this morning from a parking ramp at the SouthWest Station at 13500 Technology Drive.SEE ALSO: Stone Arch Bridge suicides: Teenage couple jump to their deaths days after they go missing No foul play is suspected.
After months of planning, building, and fighting opposition from area residents, Izzy's Ice Cream's new Minneapolis factory and retail shop near the Guthrie (1100 2nd St. S.) is set to open today, reports the Downtown Journal. Owners Lara Hammel and Jeff Sommers say they intend today to be a ve ... More >>
After opening for grunge legends Alice in Chains, the local metal duo saw their audience expand
Believe it or not, Twin Cities, spring is coming! And as it does, an increasing number of our citizens find themselves drawn to the riverfront to watch the progress. They want to see if the geese are back, if the ice is melting, and just how loud the falls are roaring. The only thing that makes spri ... More >>
From P.O.S. to Prince to Polica, 2012 was a golden year in Minnesota music
By now, you've probably heard that Minneapolitans have a serious crush on bikes.The love affair hasn't gone unnoticed by travel and bicycle writers. Two years after Minneapolis was named the best bike city by Bicycling magazine, it was recently honored as the fifth-best cycling city in a new stud ... More >>
If you're still looking for a perfect summer soundtrack, look no further than the Brian Just Band. The Minneapolis sextet released their first full-length record in May, the 1960s-esque If You Like To Be Alone Or If You Need To Be With Someone. Their single "Electric," a melodic stomper from ... More >>
Summer sucks in a city cemetery
The fourth annual ARTCRANK poster art exhibit opens this Saturday.
T-Paw puts the patronage back in the state government
For two entrepreneurial chefs, street food means grass-fed bison burgers andtorched-to-order crème brûlée
Profiles of the local film community
Cue, the fine-dining restaurant in the new Guthrie, neatly combines high food ethics and high style
Rock stuntman Mark Mallman takes off the wolf mask
Café Brenda's new sister restaurant offers a virtuous take on fine dining
Pro-development faction on park board got big 11th-hour financial help
This election season, the dysfunctional Minneapolis Park Board is ripe for reform
Fifteen of the best summer patios to grab a drink at this summer!
Two hundred years of history as experienced in Minnesota's bars and restaurants
Steve Minn's gotta fight for his right to develop
Greg Brick explores the sewers and caves that lie beneath the Twin Cities. Sometimes what he finds is beautiful. Sometimes it's just gross.
Promenades and parks, cappuccino and condos: Tomorrow's upper Mississippi looks dandy. But first, can't city hall get rid of those grimy scrapyards? Why, yes.
The current investigation into rafting the rapids on Minneapolis's stretch of the Mississippi
Developer and Sports Facilities Commissioner Peggy Lucas pursues both a new ballpark and upscale condos